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June 14, 1990
A memorial Mass for Los Angeles Times Deputy Managing Editor John Brownell will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Vibiana's Cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. Brownell was 33 when he died Saturday. A scholarship in his memory has been established at his alma mater, Northwestern University. Contributions may be sent to the John Brownell Memorial Scholarship Fund, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 2020 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Ill. 60208.
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NEWS
June 14, 1990
A memorial Mass for Los Angeles Times Deputy Managing Editor John Brownell will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at St. Vibiana's Cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. Brownell was 33 when he died Saturday. A scholarship in his memory has been established at his alma mater, Northwestern University. Contributions may be sent to the John Brownell Memorial Scholarship Fund, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University, 2020 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Ill. 60208.
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NEWS
June 10, 1990
John Brownell, the youngest journalist in the history of the Los Angeles Times ever to become a top newsroom executive, died Saturday. Brownell was 33 when he died at Sherman Oaks Community Hospital. Before his condition became terminal, he had written a note to his colleagues at the paper in which he expressed gratitude for "your heartfelt expression of support and caring . . . both during my hospitalization for complications of AIDS and my recuperation here at home.
NEWS
June 10, 1990
John Brownell, the youngest journalist in the history of the Los Angeles Times ever to become a top newsroom executive, died Saturday. Brownell was 33 when he died at Sherman Oaks Community Hospital. Before his condition became terminal, he had written a note to his colleagues at the paper in which he expressed gratitude for "your heartfelt expression of support and caring . . . both during my hospitalization for complications of AIDS and my recuperation here at home.
NEWS
February 1, 1990
Narda Zacchino, editor of the Orange County Edition of The Times, has been named associate editor of the paper and Noel Greenwood, deputy managing editor, has been named to the new position of senior editor, Times Editor Shelby Coffey III announced on Wednesday. John Brownell, assistant managing editor, has been named deputy managing editor and Carol Stogsdill, executive editor of the Orange County Edition, has been named editor of that edition and an assistant managing editor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1989 | TIM WATERS, Times Staff Writer
The new president of Cal State Dominguez Hills says his immediate goals will be to boost enrollment at the Carson school and strengthen its ties to the nearly two dozen communities it serves. "The immediate goal is to create an enrollment management plan I feel comfortable with," Robert C. Detweiler said Tuesday after his appointment was announced. Five Finalists "I personally have the strong sense we must grow to serve the interests of the community," he added. Detweiler, a 21-year veteran of the California State University system and vice president for academic affairs at Cal State San Bernardino, beat out four other finalists for the job. The five, all men, were selected from 134 applicants.
NEWS
May 2, 1989
Jean Sharley Taylor, who as associate editor of The Times directed the paper's features sections for the last 14 years, retired Monday. Taylor came to The Times in 1971 as women's editor and later edited the View section. Named associate editor in 1975, she presided over the creation of a number of sections, including daily Calendar, the Book Review and the Los Angeles Times Magazine. During that period, The Times won three Pulitzer Prizes for arts coverage. In the last two years, Taylor has been the moving force behind the creation of The Times' computerized reading lab and a member of the literacy committee of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
SPORTS
June 10, 1988 | PAUL McLEOD, Times Staff Writer
The search to replace Cal State Dominguez Hills baseball Coach Andy Lopez will begin immediately, even though the school must first choose an athletic director, school officials said Wednesday. The baseball position and women's basketball coaching job are expected to be filled about the middle of July, said Sue Carberry, acting vice president of student affairs. A decision on an athletic director is expected next week, she said. Lopez, 35, resigned Wednesday to become coach at Pepperdine.
NEWS
February 19, 1987
Richard Butwell, president of California State University, Dominguez Hills died Wednesday at Torrance Memorial Hospital after an early morning heart attack at his home in Torrance. He was 57 and had headed the Carson campus since Aug. 15, 1984. A university spokesman said Butwell had no previous record of heart problems and had appeared to be in good health. John Brownell, vice president for academic affairs at Dominguez Hills, was named acting president by W.
SPORTS
June 16, 1988 | PAUL McLEOD
Former Banning High School baseball star Dan Guerrero has been appointed athletic director at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Guerrero, 36, has been acting athletic director at the Carson school since January when Sue Carberry became interim vice president of student affairs. Carberry has since left the school. The appointment was not a surprise, since Carberry had been grooming Guerrero, whom she hired in 1983 as an assistant, to replace her.
NEWS
February 1, 1990
Narda Zacchino, editor of the Orange County Edition of The Times, has been named associate editor of the paper and Noel Greenwood, deputy managing editor, has been named to the new position of senior editor, Times Editor Shelby Coffey III announced on Wednesday. John Brownell, assistant managing editor, has been named deputy managing editor and Carol Stogsdill, executive editor of the Orange County Edition, has been named editor of that edition and an assistant managing editor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1989 | TIM WATERS, Times Staff Writer
The new president of Cal State Dominguez Hills says his immediate goals will be to boost enrollment at the Carson school and strengthen its ties to the nearly two dozen communities it serves. "The immediate goal is to create an enrollment management plan I feel comfortable with," Robert C. Detweiler said Tuesday after his appointment was announced. Five Finalists "I personally have the strong sense we must grow to serve the interests of the community," he added. Detweiler, a 21-year veteran of the California State University system and vice president for academic affairs at Cal State San Bernardino, beat out four other finalists for the job. The five, all men, were selected from 134 applicants.
NEWS
October 8, 1987 | BOB WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
John Brownell, acting president of California State University, Dominguez Hills, since the death of Richard Butwell in February, has been appointed interim president. The two-year appointment apparently recognizes Brownell's early successes in easing faculty discontent at the Carson campus and inspiring support for new efforts to overcome longstanding problems, such as declining enrollment and poor relations with surrounding communities.
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